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So My friend had network issues in his note 2 so i took it to help him. Now in the about phone in settings, it says n7100, however in download mode, it shows SGH T889 which is the t-mobile version... in the widgets it shows a few t-mobile widgets as well...he bought it second hand, so it is possible that the person flashed the t-mobile rom in the international version, or is it the t-mobile version. Thanks!
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So My friend had network issues in his note 2 so i took it to help him. Now in the about phone in settings, it says n7100, however in download mode, it shows SGH T889 which is the t-mobile version... in the widgets it shows a few t-mobile widgets as well...he bought it second hand, so it is possible that the person flashed the t-mobile rom in the international version, or is it the t-mobile version. Thanks!
no..it not possible to flash t-mobile rom on international device.
and yes it is t-mobile version device..download mode product name is real one..
Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100
Rom: N7100XXUEML3
Kernel: 3.0.31-2229877
Bootloader: N7100XXUEML3
Region: XME (Malaysia)


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no..it not possible to flash t-mobile rom on international device.
and yes it is t-mobile version device..download mode product name is real one..
Thanks for the quick reply! what happens when one does flash the international version to the t-mobile version? is there any fix?
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Thanks for the quick reply! what happens when one does flash the international version to the t-mobile version? is there any fix?
it may hard brick the device..different version has different hardware.
Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100
Rom: N7100XXUEML3
Kernel: 3.0.31-2229877
Bootloader: N7100XXUEML3
Region: XME (Malaysia)


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it may hard brick the device..different version has different hardware.
Currently I can boot to recovery and the download mode...is that sufficient to bring it back to life?

Also it says gt-n7100 behind the battery

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Currently I can boot to recovery and the download mode...is that sufficient to bring it back to life?

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as long as download mode is available,your device is not brick yet.
Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100
Rom: N7100XXUEML3
Kernel: 3.0.31-2229877
Bootloader: N7100XXUEML3
Region: XME (Malaysia)


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